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HOLLOWAY AMERICA to Exhibit at the Boston Product Show 2013
Date:9/30/2013

Springfield, MO (PRWEB) September 30, 2013

HOLLOWAY AMERICA announced recently it will exhibit at the Boston Product Show 2013. Hosted by the Boston Area Chapter of ISPE, the 22nd Annual Product Show will be held this Wednesday, October 2 at Gillette Stadium Clubhouse in Foxborough, Mass. from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. with an After-Show Networking Reception scheduled from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Throughout the show, HOLLOWAY AMERICA Director of Marketing Randy Colwell and other representatives will be available to field questions about the company's pressure vessel products and fabrication capabilities.

A welcomed staple at many ISPE (International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering) events, including the annual Boston Product Show, this year HOLLOWAY will exhibit at Table 174 on the west side of the stadium. Asked what attendees can anticipate from HOLLOWAY, Colwell answered, "We're looking forward to discussing some of our most popular custom stainless steel fabrication products, many of which are commonly used and trusted in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical processing industries. I'm particularly excited to demonstrate the obvious advantage our Seal Break Pliers provide processing professionals who need to separate vacuum-sealed gaskets from process connections on pressure vessels, without risking process contamination from using any old screw driver."

As Colwell alluded to, people often use a carbon steel screwdriver to break a bonded process connection. This can damage the pressure vessel and cause carbon steel contamination, which is dangerous and often costly in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical processing. Colwell also mentioned other innovative tank
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